This Netflix series to watch in one evening is number 3 in France and in the world

In Geek Girl we follow an awkward teenager catapulted into the world of fashion. A cocktail of romance and captivating humor that quickly became a hit on Netflix.

This new series from the UK is sending Netflix subscribers into a panic. Adapted from Holly Smale’s best-seller published in 2013, it tells the story of a teenager more comfortable with the computer than in the evening, immersed in the ruthless world of fashion. In France as in the world, the series launched online on May 30th has already achieved success third row of the most viewed titles currently on the platform.

The Geek Girl trailer

Geek Girl, what’s it all about?

Geek girl follows the incredible adventures of Harriet Manners, an awkward and bullied teenager whose life changes dramatically when she is spotted by a London modeling agency. As she goes behind the scenes of the fashion world, she quickly realizes that not everything is as glamorous as it seems. The series, consisting of 10 episodes of approximately thirty minutes each, binge-watch in two evenings !

Since then the complete box is not limited to France Geek girl it is now the third most watched series in Australia, Brazil, Egypt, Nigeria and even India.

With such a reception, the question of a second season almost no longer arises. Netflix subscribers have clearly expressed their desire to see the sequel to Harriet’s adventures. It remains to be seen whether the platform features Harriet’s return.

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